Taber Police Draw Sock Round Shotguns in Noon Hour Incident Friday

Taber Police Chief Graham Abela says officers displayed their less lethal sock round shotguns but no rounds were fired.

Taber Police drawing their "sock round" shotguns over the noon hour Friday.
Officers were responding to a complaint of a man threatening another man with a knife in the 5000 block of 43rd avenue.
The suspect, who is known to police, was arrested for uttering threats.
Taber Police Chief Graham Abela says officers responded effectively, in this case displaying their less lethal "sock round" shotguns, and the serious situation ended safely and quickly.
No rounds were fired. The investigation is ongoing.

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